Wendy's Country Lodge
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... some artifacts from the family's private collection to the regimental museum in Brecon Wales and visiting for the first time the memorial plaque to his father in the grounds there.
In the meantime things have been progressing on the bicycle project front. Ben from the Foundation has been working with Mr Zulu from the local high school and his "Red Ant" Community group to work out the best way to get the bicycles into the hands of the right kids. ...
I love meeting new people and now, I'm getting paid (well, sort of lol) to do just that. I had the pleasure of meeting the Food Security Program employees today. The Food Security Program is used to ensure that those in the community who must take HIV medications, known as ARTs (Anti-Retroviral Therapy), have enough food to follow their treatment plans. Too often in places like my village, people cannot stick to their HIV care plans or pills because they ...
... We got to the lodge and were greeted with some homemade lemonade, perfect after our drive. We got a tour and found our room. This place is awesome! We missed the afternoon game drive the lodge offers, so we walked around and walked down to lake St Lucia. We found some very large animal prints most likely belonging to a hippo! It's dinner time here so I'll post more ...
... so he gave us reports on the state of play on that side. The water was slowly but steadily dropping as darkness descended but still flowing very fast and easily capable of washing a car off the concrete causeway and downstream to join with the Buffalo River. Not a good outcome!
Charl the guesthouse manager had arrived with a Landrover to collect the guests and their luggage as soon as we could get them across. We discusses the option of them turning back ...
As I drank my very early morning coffee on the deck I heard a noise below. Looking carefully into the bush, I saw an elephant. It is probably the one that has been in camp lately. He was quietly breaking branches and then eating them. A great start to the day's sightings! This morning we left for the game drive at 6am. On the drive out of camp, we noticed that the destructive elephant had been back and caused more damage as he ate its way through the gardens.